Sept. 25 is the first day of Phystech.International, a contest in physics and math for school students from across the world. This olympiad offers talented students from outside Russia a chance to enroll in a state-funded position at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. Anyone non-Russian citizen graduating from high school in 2019-2021 is eligible to participate
The Phystech.International olympiad is held in two stages. In order to compete, you need to sign up at www.phystech.international. The first, online stage of the contest is a qualifying round that lasts until Nov. 30. The contestants can choose their discipline: math, physics, or both. The winners and runners-up of the online olympiad will be invited to participate in the final stage of the contest Dec. 8-9. The results will be announced at the end of December, with a list of winners and runners-up published online. By winning this contest, you automatically secure the right to participate in the final round of the Phystech Olympiad.
Competitors can also take part in the referral contest and win the Apple iPad tablet by inviting their friends to the competition. All they have to do is to log in on the Phystech.International website and share a referral link with friends. Each new user registered through this link brings participant one point. Remember that in overall standings only non-russian students will be recognized.
The winners will be determined at the end of the Phystech.International competition. The more people participant invites, the higher is the chance to receive the prize. Two prizes will be awarded:
• The first one goes to the highest-score contestant;
• The second one will be determined among all contestants randomly.
Phystech.International is organized by MIPT and supported by Russia’s Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation.